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Burt Process 2022 Walk For Water

Save the Date: Saturday, October 15, 2022

Burt Process  2021 Walk For Water

You made a difference! Our 2021 Walk for Water raised $18,165 with 17 teams, 116 walkers, 183 donors, and 17 corporate sponsors. Thank you to all who participated. Proceeds from the Walk were donated to Water Mission, a non-profit organization that provides sustainable water systems in remote communities, refugee camps, and disaster relief areas around the world.

Over the past three years, Burt Process has raised over $52,000 for Water Mission.

We are extremely grateful for these 2021 Walk for Water Sponsors:

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Save the date for next year!

Walk for Water: October 15th, 2022

Why Walk for Water?

Walk in honor of those who walk to collect water every single day.

Walk to raise awareness of the global water crisis and funds that support solutions. 

Walk so that one day everyone will have safe water close to home. 

2019 Walk for Water

All proceeds from this walk will be donated to Water Mission.

Burt Process and Water Mission work together to provide water treatment systems to assist in remote communities and disaster relief areas. We share our vast pool of engineering expertise and innovative technology to design and manufacture portable, cost-effective, and highly efficient water treatment systems. Learn more about how Burt Process is working to help end the Global Water Crisis.

2020 Virtual Walk For Water

You made a difference! Our 2020 Virtual Walk for Water raised over $25,000 with 13 teams, 106 walkers and 140 donors. Thank you to all who participated. Proceeds from the Walk were donated to Water Mission, a non-profit organization that provides sustainable water systems in remote communities, refugee camps and disaster relief areas around the world.

The founders of Water Mission are now working tirelessly to establish the Global Water Center, a collaborative global platform where corporations, university scientists, researchers, water treatment experts and non-profit organizations can share their expertise. This is how we can finally bring an end to the global water crisis.

The 2020 Burt Process Virtual Walk for Water involved 106 walkers from 14 different states and 24 towns across the country.

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Shown above: Strategic Partners Kristen Kowal from Grundfos and Kevin Moran from Georg Fischer join Steve & Sue Burt to kick off the 2019 Burt Process Walk for Water.

2019 Walk For Water

The first annual Burt Process Walk for Water held on October 26, 2019, raised $10,000 for Water Mission, a non-profit organization that provides engineered water solutions to remote communities and disaster relief regions who are in desperate need of clean water.

Our main goal of working with Water Mission is to increase the access to safe water and sanitation solutions. Building a system and completing a successful project aside from basic health provides time for more progressive work, optimized education, improved health and increased productivity throughout the community.

Our donation directly supported Water Mission’s team in Kenya as they responded to the West Pokot landslide disaster that occurred late November 2019. This catastrophe had displaced 80,000 people and tragically took the lives of 50. Water Mission's team was able to make a well-timed response to the situation and quickly provide supplies, hygiene kits, safe water, and other necessities that are essential to life needed by the families and communities that were left in distress.

Click this link to watch the Water Mission Kenya Team

See more photos from Walk for Water fundraiser events across the country here.

2.2 Billion People

Lack access to safe water worldwide.

4.4 Billion People

Live without adequate sanitation.

842,000 People Die Each Year

Due to diarrhea caused by inadequate drinking water and sanitation.

That's roughly 2,300 every day. 

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